Prizewinning Park - What's not to like?
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 96 16:13:16 -0800
From: Peter Langston <psl>
Subject: Prizewinning Park - What's not to like?
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From the New York Times, Monday, 25 March 1995, page B1, in an article
entitled "Welcome to Donnybrook Park". For some reason, the residents
don't like the park.
This park, one of the newest in the city, is a virtual wonderland
of concrete, so distinguished and lavish in its use that it won a
merit award last November from the Concrete Industry Board, narrowly
losing the top honor to the Federal Detention Center in Brooklyn.
Other merit awards went to the Department of Environmental
Protection's water Tunnel, No. 3, Stage 2, Shafts 21B and 22B in
Brooklyn; two water pollution control plants and the environmental
agency's Supplemental Cake Storage Facilities on Wards Island.
© 1996 Peter Langston